Hey peedy I have now had my day 21 appt (it wasn't on cd21 lol) and have all my paperwork ready for FET. We will be waiting til about April though. Need to get our finances together first :-/
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16-01-2015 21:11 #401
19-01-2015 09:55 #402
Transfer day today
Subbing in for cycle 5, an FET this time, my first!
Transfer day is today with a neat little 4AA frostie, assuming it makes it ok out of its mini ice age.
Fingers crossed for all of you! xo
22-01-2015 10:42 #403
22-01-2015 12:41 #404
Sat down with hubby last night and we have locked in the 3rd cycle fr now as our fet YAY ! Expecting it to be late March / early feb if my cycles continue as is.
Where's everyone else at??
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22-01-2015 13:09 #405
hope transfer went well @Sharlie for you. when's BT?
@MrsTugs we've signed up for another FET but I'm focusing on losing weight and getting fit at the moment. goal is to do a medicated FET once I've lost 12kg so hopefully that means we will be ready for an april transfer.
hope everyone else is travelling along well
22-01-2015 13:15 #406
Thanks @loulabubble - BT on 2 Feb but think I will poas on Australia Day.
If I get a negative this round I will be onto hard-core weight loss for 2 months, would love to lose 10kg before our next FET, we only have two goes left after this.
22-01-2015 13:38 #407
we've got 3 frosties but our FS recommended that we do one more FET and if it's not successful then to do another fresh cycle... we considered doing another FET this month but i needed a bit of an emotional break after our last bfn and thought it would be a good opportunity to go on a bit of a health kick. It's working, I've lost 2 kg in a few weeks and I'm feeling heaps better
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22-01-2015 20:48 #408
I tried the health kick... 6 months later still no kg changes lol oops
22-01-2015 21:42 #409Junior Member
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concept reduced cost ivf
has anyone used this service. i am wondering if you would get the same care/results as someone paying full price. apparently there are some steps they skip, like choosing the healthiest looking embryo. any ideas?
23-01-2015 10:25 #410
I've never heard of the reduced costs, but if it comes at lack of service then no way would I be interested. There's a reason they DON'T skip those steps.....
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